“Better Call Saul’ is about to reach its ultimate finale. The final episode of the acclaimed “Breaking Bad’ spin-off series hits Netflix next Tuesday and many fans will be longing for more exciting, humorous but also dramatic stories from the ‘Breaking Bad“-Universe to be donated. But if you have this hope, unfortunately we have to disappoint you. Because series creator Vince Gilligan has no plans for the time being, more “Breaking Bad’-devising stories like he did in the interview AMC revealed:
“As bittersweet as it may be, I’d like to take a break from the ‘Better Call Saul’/‚Breaking Bad’ take world. Because we have three [Geschichten], of which we are very proud. We have the two shows and the movie ‘El Camino’ and I don’t want to push my luck.”
What Vince Gilligan calls luck others would call genius. When the former X-Files author, with “Breaking Bad” When he created his own series for the first time, he created a masterpiece that can hardly be missing in any serious ranking of the best TV shows of all time. With “Better Call SaulHe then created (together with Peter Gould) perhaps the best spin-off in television history and even “El Camino”, the follow-up film to the original series on Netflix, which was viewed very skeptically beforehand, knew how to convince.
In short: Everything Vince Gilligan has done so far with his “Breaking Bad’ universe ranges between very good and masterful — and that’s why it might be the best moment to turn your back on the Albuquerque stories. After all, it opens the door to entirely new projects, and Gilligan already has one in the pipeline.
“I’m working on something new and will be pitching it soon. It couldn’t be more different compared to ‘Breaking Bad’ and ,Better Call Saul’ be. […] I have to prove to myself that I can do better than that [‚Breaking Bad‘]’ said Gilligan.
Vince Gilligan revealed details about his mysterious new project in an interview AMC not yet, and it’s not even known if it’s going to be a movie or a series.
fans of “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul”But we can look forward to the fact that the man behind the two series hits is already working on other stories. And who knows, maybe one day he will return to the “Breaking Bad“-universe back. Gilligan keeps the option open:
“I think secretly […] I would ,Breaking Bad’ I’d love to visit again sometime, but a few years have to pass first. I have to prove to myself that I can do better than that.”